Few men’s hairstyles have endured like Quiff. Turning through history books, we find that our love for voluminous hair is not new. The style of Pompadour, inspired by Quiff, is named after Louis XV’s mistress Jean Antoinette Poisson, known as Madame de Pompadour, who lived in the 18th century.
Modern Quiff owes its presence to better versions of pomade and post-war icons such as Elvis Presley and James Dean. Both are sports versions of the style that quickly became a symbol of rock and roll and were adopted by Teddy. Boys and teenage culture from the 1950s to the 1960s. It then reappeared in the 1980s with revenge on pop stars and celebrities. This connection between music and pop culture is still strong today but has since been adopted by all styles of tribes.
What are these men’s fade hairstyles? Given the recent popularity and demand, men with faded haircuts are the most accepted and in need. There are several options, so you can tackle and accomplish quite a few types and ways. They are stylish and trendy. Here are some of the best fade hairstyles for men that everyone should know before styling for themselves. Choose and choose the ones you like best and style them!
The Modern Quiff
The modern quiff is today’s answer for a classic, clean hairstyle with a little personality. A sharper fade on the sides and back will give you a quick, modern look, while a less pronounced fade will have a more relaxed feel.
The Short Quiff
The short quiff is like the modern quiff, but it offers a younger, more casual feel. The top is cut much faster at about 2-4 inches and typically is accompanied by a sharp fade or undercut on the sides.
The Curly Quiff
The curly quiff is the long quiff for guys with curly hair. The effect is less sleek and polished but more artistic and relaxed.
The Classic Quiff
This long and lush classic quiff is the perfect style for guys looking to make a statement. No, that statement isn’t just “look at me!”
The Messy Quiff
It is the perfect mesh of classy and casual. The same principles for any quiff still apply, but instead of primping, the aim is to get your hair roughly into shape without caring to make sure everything is sleek. The effect is a devil’s care attitude while still looking well together.
The Side Quiff
The side quiff hairstyle is essentially a modern quiff with a pronounced part. You can part your hair, or, for more definition, your barber can cut a hard part into your hair.
The Undercut Quiff
The undercut quiff is another hybrid quiff hairstyle. It looks like a modern quiff on top, but the sides are completely shaved down, giving it an alternative edge. Perfect for the contemporary hipster.
The Rockabilly Quiff
It is the father of all men’s quiff hairstyles. Think of Elvis or John Travolta in Grease. The longer top is combed and styled up out of the face with height.
Here’s another great quiff that’s versatile and comfortable. Medium in length, this quiff relies both on volume and texture, resulting in an even look.
A neat quiff is a perfect option for when you need something a little more restrained. It’s still incredibly stylish, but it’s now something you could wear to the wedding.
This look is for you if you have thick hair and are after maximum texture. The quiff is extremely textured, featuring a matte finish that unifies the style.
Side Swept Quiff
Now that is what we call a dense top with long strands. This look is due to the puffed top, which is the courtesy of pompadour. Plus, the medium-sized top strands are straight textured, with sides being finely taper fade.
Introducing one of the coolest casual styles with a mix of side sweep and quiffed top. Moreover, do you notice that slight widow’s peak? Looks cool. The sides are tapered, with the top being dry waxed to make this one pop out even further.
High Volume Quiff
Long face structure often goes will longer strand, but this is whole another level, the top has medium length strands with sides being tapered with an undercut.
Skin Fade Quiff
If “I know I look cool” had a face, this would be it. The top is casual and retro, with longer strands and sides being undercut taper faded. The subtle side sweep makes it all fun and jazz.
Brushed Up Quiff
Not just another day with this, not just another hairstyle. The subtle undercut with sides tapered with a blended beard makes this stand out. Next up, the top is side swept with that thick volume with shiny dye, making it pop.
Modern Tousled Quiff
It isn’t your typical quiff––instead, it’s an extremely stylish take on the original cut. The top is tousled for a wavy appearance.
Long Blowdried Quiff
The long quiff is more dramatic for a contemporary, well-groomed man. Like the previous styles, the sides are kept short, but the hair on the top is retained longer.
Winged Wavy Quiff
For a one-of-a-kind look, try out this winged quiff style! The hair in the back is shaped upward into two wings, framing the quiff in the middle.
Loose Stranded Quiff
Ever wondered what do a pompadour and quiff look like together? Well, this is it. The long thin strands also give a brush-up tinge but don’t forget the classics, tapered sides balance that looks with longer temples to ace that retro feel.
Try out this haircut if you’re a fan of that finger-combed look. The quiff is finger brushed to create distinct pillars that angle upward.
Simple Tapered Sides
Thin hair is often underrated but wait until you rock this hairstyle. The top is light, and the hair is quite dense. The sides are finely tapered with a hint of fades but nothing obvious. Plus, the slicked-back texture makes all of it so good and gives it that dapper style look.
Taper Fade with Hand Brush Up
This quiff may be small, but it’s packed full of style. The hair is brushed back with the fingers instead of a comb to achieve this look, providing a more relaxed swoop.
Broken Quiff with Layers
Layering any hairstyle can be a lot of work, but this painstakingly architectured quiff shows you just how worth it that can be.
Simple Quiff with Beard
This easy quiff is taking things “back to basic.” A basic quiff is still a good quiff — especially when paired with cool sunglasses and new facial hair.
Messy Blow Out
If you’ve got thick, coarse hair, then this quiff is for you. The quiff itself is blown out in multiple directions, creating lots of motion.
Elegant Quiff Hairstyle
This suave, gentlemanly quiff adds a touch of class and refinement, elevating this trendy hairstyle from casual to formal.
Brushed Quiff Blonde
Not all quiffs have to be neat. This messy, side-brushed quiff proves that you can still sport a quiff and rock the “just rolled out of bed” look.
Brushed Back with High Volume
Here’s a neat, even look that’s fashionable and timeless. A taper keeps the sides organized and draws attention to the high-volume quiff.
The Breezy Quiff with Side Part
The clever proportioning of quiff volume to side volume accentuate this unique haircut’s already handsome face shape.